Mac / PC Scripting issues
psahores at easynet.fr
Fri Oct 17 15:32:22 EDT 2003
Le ven 17/10/2003 à 17:52, Stephen Messimer a écrit :
> I think I understand what you mean by low ASCII. Not having memorized
> either the Mac or PC character sets this becomes an issue when I am
> using a particular character. It would be nice to have a simple list
> that points out areas where the two character sets diverge.
> Thanks for your response. It will send me in the right direction.
> On Friday, October 17, 2003, at 11:27 AM,
> use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com wrote:
> >> Are these all the cross platform scripting cautions you need to be
> >> aware of when developing for both the Windows and Macintosh platforms?
> >> Having a complete set of information on this subject in one place
> >> would
> >> be most helpful.
> > Stay with low-ASCII and you're fine.
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Try this utility button to stick in your in development stage apps :
> on mouseUp
> if the shiftkey is up then
> repeat with c = 1 to 255
> put numtochar(c) && "= &#" & c & ";" & return after buffa
> end repeat
> answer buffa
> end if
> end mouseUp
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